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Interview: David Fulton of Darkness Divine

Sometimes working for Moshville Times, things take you pleasantly by surprise and you wonder why you had not heard any material or seen this band live before now. This happened to me very recently when a couple of mates took [...]

March 3, 2019 Interviews

2018 Crew Review: Ross Green – Music Editor

It feels like only yesterday I was looking back at 2017 and compiling the best parts of music for what transpired that year. And here we are, another year gone and another exceptional year for rock and metal. I’ve heard [...]

December 17, 2018 Features

EP Review: Darkness Divine – Prelude

Having discovered Darkness Divine at the start of the year supporting Black King Cobra (now there’s a contrast for you), it was immediately apparent how great they were as a live act despite their infancy. With several shows since to [...]

September 5, 2018 Album Reviews

Gig Review: Psychostick / Darkness Divine / House of Hatchets – Audio, Glasgow (13th July 2018)

Once again one of Glasgow’s smallest venues throws a great lineup our way. Psychostick are wrapping their festival appearance at Amplified with a (large) handful of UK dates, with Glasgow being the farewell hoorah before flying back to the land [...]

July 14, 2018 Gig Reviews

Single Review: Darkness Divine – Digression

We’re not usually one for reviewing singles at Moshville Times but when a band as good as Darkness Divine asks, who are we to decline? The metal quintet recently made great headway at our local Metal 2 the Masses but [...]

June 11, 2018 Single Reviews

Gig Review: Anchor Lane / Rumrunners / Darkness Divine – The Garage Attic, Glasgow (27th May 2018)

It’s been far too long since Anchor Lane played a headline show (okay, it’s only been five months) and even longer since such an instance was in Glasgow. As such, tonight was a given and it seemed many others were [...]

May 28, 2018 Gig Reviews